Once thought to be witches by the ancient Gael, they are known for their cunning and mastery over magic. This house binds demons to their will and has little hesitation at unleashing powerful curses upon their enemies. For the lords of House Delfestrae, the ends always justify the means.
The Terra are the might of House Delfestrae. They are a warrior tribe who defend the forests surrounding their people’s stronghold. In times long past, during the great purges, they gained great renown wreaking havoc behind enemy lines until they were forced to escape swimming the vast Widow’s Lake.
The Oni’ven are some of the wisest among all surviving Effendal. The dare to gaze where others will not and take the secrets that they have learned to enrich their people. As a Tribe made up predominantly of scholars, they are more secluded than many of the other tribes.
A tribe mostly made up of hunters and gatherers, they are the lifeblood of House Delfestrae. In times long past they would go to areas of great death and recover what supplies were left behind. Whether it is through simple or extravagant means, the Jokiota always do what they must to ensure the prosperity of their House.
Originally a tribe of House Vyn’e’Va, the Tika’ia have since been adopted into House Delfestrae. While a small tribe, their soldiers have distinguished themselves as some of the finest assassins around.
The lords of House Kaelin are known for their honor and skill at arms. They are excellent tacticians and prefer to face challenges head on. While House Kaelin will do whatever it takes to protect their people, their methods often put them in conflict with House Delfestrae.
A warrior tribe whose savage tenacity is only matched by that of the Svivore. The Volf’Aer tribe have excellent warriors, rangers, and skirmishers. They prefer to strike at twilight or in the dead of night and look to all of the great predators for insights into battle.
The Myros are a powerful warrior tribe who favor heavier armor and shields. The Myros are well known for their restraint for it is said that they have a great rage inside of them. While slow to anger, should they let their discipline falter and their temper escape them, no force can control their ire.
A tribe of smiths who have crafted some of the finest weapons of war known to the Effendal. The Aegilis have a particularly close relationship with the Myros who provide protection deep within the caverns where they acquire the needed Ore for their weapons.